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night, we had some again last night, they forced u.s. capitol police to evacuate the west lawn of the capitol identify short time. rehearsals were being held for tonight's capitol 4th concert. thins started back up again shortly after 10:30. >>> if you plan to head out to the mall for tonight's july 4th celebration, your bet bet is to make metro. if you are driving though, keep in mind, there are lots of road closures and parking restrictions. there is a full list on myfoxdc.com under web links. >>> time to get the latest on the weather. can you believe who we have sitting next to us. >> it has been a while. >> tony perkins. >> see if we can get this done in a rather smooth manner. >> i'm sure we can. >> tucker is on his way to nationals park. he will be there broadcasting later on in the show. of a got the weather duty. and tell you about a for you la today too. so we'll watch the skies, keep our fingers crossed. let's start with hd radar. we can show you what is happening out there as we speak. we do have some showers up to the north. they're really breaking autopsies the mor
flooding. out to the west out into west virginia, eastern ohio, showers and storms and that will bring us a round of heavy showers and thunderstorms. we already have a flash flood watch issued for most of the area here west of the chesapeake bay starting at 12:00 noon today. look out for that potential later this afternoon and tonight. i think your morning hours are fine but by mid- to late afternoon, look out for the showers. some of those will be heavy. 87 your daytime high in washington. 89 in fredericksburg. >> we've been getting used to it with all the power outages if you come across any traffic signals that are dark, please be sure to use those as a four- way stop. we are following the situation here traveling the inner loop at 201. disabled vehicle here and some activity off to the right shoulder t look like everybody is moving past it at much better speed now. your delays should be easing out from college park heading into greenbelt. on the outer loop from college park heading into silver spring, you are in good shape. 66, new accident here. this is just prior to route 50 fair oa
at the next station but passenger delays lasted as long as 40 minutes. train operators used traffic lights alongside the tracks and speed commands were transmitted to each train's control cab. was radio communication between the train and the control center at all times and they also want to make sure people know all of the safety systems that keep that safe distance between the trains that awful those were fully operational during these outages. technicians we're told are continuing to work to identify the source of the problem. that includes the rail and the it departments. at this point, we don't know exactly what happened and so they are still working to figure that out. >> thank you. >>> some of another top stories, maryland governor martin o'malley is meeting with leaders from prince george's and montgomery countys and baltimore city today to discuss holding a special session on expanding gambling in the state. there will be more meeting tomorrow. lawmaker need to pass i bill expanding gambling in the state by august 20th in order to get it on the november ballot. >>> howard county p
the morning exercise, do it now. the temperatures will be blazing hot around here. we do this and we're used to this routine. highs near 100. lots of water, that kind of thing later today. heat will be dangerous next couple of days. >> okay. let's do it. >> first, take a look your radar. if you are trying to stay clear of showers and thunderstorms today, we've taken them out of the forecast. i think the high pressure will be close enough here and really dominate our weather. we're in the going to get a whole lot of opportunities here for showers and thunderstorms. you can see we are off for a nice clear start. it will be one of those days, just kind of hazy and hot this afternoon. good news if you want it. humidity won't be terrible today as our due point temperatures and our humidity won't climb until later tomorrow up ahead of the frontal system. temperatures are already very warm. 75 in ocean city. get a bit of a break out at dulles. 69degrees. a little better out to the west. forecast for your tuesday, plenty of heat. high temperatures by 4:00 p.m., 99 degrees. >> triple h? >> we'll take
. maryland state workers can also use liberal leave. the d.c. government is open, also montgomery county government is open. bridge county government is all open with liberal leave for employees. >> let's talk about the schools for just a minute. the following public school systems and their summer programs are closed today. d.c. public schools, prince george's county, montgomery county, alexandria city, falls church city and anne arundel county. be sure to check the bottom of your screen for the status of many other private schools. can you find the same information on our web site, myfoxdc.com. >>> hundreds of thousands of people in the area. they are still waking up without power this morning. here are the latest numbers if we can take a look at them. we'll read them for you. pepco is reporting more than 243 customer without power. dominion vince, more than 152,000 without power in northern virginia. b guest says in montgomery, prince george's, anne arundel and howard counties there are more than 9 #,000 outages. -- bge says in montgomery, prince george's, anne arundel and howard coun
,000. they never reported these contributions. that magnitude, how could the mayor not know? and the u.s. attorney all but said there was coordination. so his denial of culpability seems to me very, very muff. >> reporter: the associated press says two people familiar with the investigation identified businessman jeffrey thompson as the source of the funds. thompson has not been charged. harris is expected to get two and a half to three years in prison under federal sentencing guidelines. a sentencing date has not yet been set. >>> to fauquier county, virginia where the shiive's office wants to know who killed a report forth winchester star newspaper. 4-year-old sarah greenhalgh's body -- 48-year-old sarah greenhalgh's body was found in a burning house yesterday. >>> coming up next on fox 5 morning news, his meltdown made headlines. >> now, at least one expert says a pilot's on the job breakdown may have been brought on by something many of us deal with every day. also ahead, the family of joe paterno stands by their claim that he knew nothing of the controversy. but they can be really well thexpe
for us. quieter this morning, i'm sure. >> reporter: calmer right now, sarah. the police just wrapped up their investigation here, towing away the final vehicle apparently involved in the shootout and it ended here at the mcdonald's where that suspect crashed in that stolen police cruiser. in an exclusive video, can you see prince georges county police with their guns drawn. they confronted the suspect after getting reports of a gunman in the area of lakeland road and route 1, near the university of maryland. witnesses heard several shots fired and can you see the suspect in a police cruiser, get into that and take off. the police followed and's few blocks away, it ended and this went down. he crashed into a brick wall, smashing it into pieces and that stolen cruiser was taken away and he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. and no word on the name of the suspect or a motive in this shooting. another officer was injured and not guy bun -- by gun fire. police tell us drugs may have been involved in this and this is an investigation that is ongoing. back to you. >> thank you.
thing over to tucker barnes to talk about weather and the situation that is about to be upon us. >> and not a pleasant situation because it will be hot and huge you had again today after a gorgeous day yesterday. the heat is back and back with a vengeance around here. it will be about 100 later this afternoon. so a heat advisory goes into effect at 12:00 noon. >> the heat of the just loves us. >> let's take a look at the numbers. early this morning, we are very comfortable. 75 right now in washington. still not i awhole hot of humidity out there. get out and take the dog for a nice walk, if you want to get some exercise. now is the time to do it. it will get hot here shortly. 70 in baltimore and 74 in ocean city. we do have i thunderstorm complex in western maryland and parts of southern pennsylvania. we have to watch that. some of that cloud cover could get into the area. other www.wbz4.com, we are expecting hot sunshine today, breezy conditions out of the south and west at about 10 to 15. our actual daytime highs and the possibility we could see a few late storms redevelop and
. >> that is the best part. >> good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. thank you for waking up with us. severe weather pounding self states in the northeast. you may not have heard it last night but it hit some areas around the east coast. there are reports of possible tornadoes in pennsylvania and new york. this is video of some funnel clouds forming in the key stone state. some regions got hit with strong winds and hail and there is some structural damage but no injuries. as many as 200,000 people had their power knocked out in pennsylvania, new york and ohio. thankfully, we got spared the brunt of that. >> we know about that around here. >> we've had that drama. >> yeah, exactly. yeah, this morning, we are waking up to partial sunshine. it will be hot and humid today with high temperatures in the mid-90s. the possibility of scattered storms redeveloping later today. we are not done with that severe storm risk quite yet. >> with the heat comes that possibility. >> kind of typical for today. the high temperatures have not been typical though. let's get to your radar. yesterday, day nu
of us, it is like you just wait and wait. >> sorry tucker. >> 77 in washington. 69 in baltimore. 68 in winchester and hagerstown. we have a warm front lifting through and bringing us a few light showers at this hour. south and southwest of the city. down towards st. mary's city, we are get ago light shower. down towards fredericksburg a light shower as well. here is your forecast for today. plenty of sunshine. could be an isolated storm. 95 in washington. 92 in hagerstown, 96 in fredericksburg. again, humidity on the increase unfortunately. >> thank you. >>> time now to check in with julie wright to see what is happening on the roads. >> i'm sure it is pretty busy. >> it is. montgomery county says 140 lights without power. that is a big improvement. last night at 9:00, it was 240. crews are working overnight to restore the power. improvement there in montgomery county. still about 20 without power according to prince george's county police. >>> if you are traveling downtown, wisconsin avenue, we have been shooting this live scene. mpd has now blocked off the portion of wisconsin av
from time to time as our warm front starts to move back into the area. this warm front will be with us for the weekend. that is why our temperatures will be back into the 90s saturday and sunday. -- that will be the theme for our friday. >> thank you, tucker. >> time now to check in with julie wright. good morning to you. >> good morning. about a mile backup as you continue out towards the beltway but the lanes are open here. northbound i-95, no problems to report at the prince william apartment way as you continue across the occoquan. 395 is in good shape leaving the beltway continuing past duke treat. 66 eastbound picking up some volume as you head out of man as is headed in towards centreville. height traffic volume for those traveling south on 207 as you work out of the hyattstown and continue out towards the scale south of 109. >>> now, to the alleged threat against the first lady. >> now, it came from a police officer who is assigned to protect the first family. fox 5's sherry ly is live outside police headquarters in northwest with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. the offi
of the olympics. >>> the u.s. is ponying up another $150 million to fight aids. secretary of state hillary clinton tells the international aids conference meeting at the washington convention center this week that the u.s. is committed to achieving an aids- free generation. more than 4 million are hadding with hiv around the world. we have learned that despite aids and hiv taking such a toll for the past 30 years, many people still lack an understanding of how serious the disease is. you have a chance to get your questions answered. a team of medical experts will be taking your phone calls from 7:00 to 10:00 this morning. the number is on your screen. o you can also go to our web site, myfoxdc.com, to chat with experts about hiv and aids. >>> also making headline this morning, you know, she blazed a trail for women in space. this morning, we are looking back on the legacy of sally ride. she passed away yesterday at the age of 61. >> also ahead, we'll check in with tucker for your full forecast. more, hazy, hot and humid weather in store today. you can see the sun there on the left of your screen j
. >>> temperature temperature, 74 degrees. we'll see if tucker barnes will have good news or bad news for us as far as the weather is concerned. >> a live look at reagan national. we don't need to fly anywhere. >> we're okay right now. >> you can put the flying plans and travel plans on hold for the moment and bring in tucker barnes to see if we need to keep our plans on hold. should we stay or should we go. >> we'll stay. i'm delivering today. >> delivering the goods. >> temperatures in the 80s and low humidity, lof sunshine. this is an easy forecast. a nice forecast t will be gorgeous. nice this morning, a nice afternoon. nice midday. >> you don't have to be the villain today, the bad guy. >> 73 in baltimore. 66 in one chester. our humidity has fallen off overnight. there is your satellite-radar. check out your cold front that came through late yesterday and during the evening hours. we have cleared out overnight. expecting bright sunshine all day long. i don't think you will see more than just a few clouds and no showers or thunderstorms in the forecast today. today will be pick of the week with
he tried to stop, he slammed on the brakes but it was just too late. he had to use a crap to lift a tree off the car. it happened just feet from the entrance for a fairfax county fire station and it just so happens that the two men right behind the car were with an out of state tree service that was here to remove trees after that derecho storm. >> i was right behind them. >> it just fell. >> this one is rotted out. >> you can tell on the inside. if you look on the inside of the tree, it is rotted out all the way up. >> reporter: we'll try to show you what those men were looking at ads welcoming up in our 6:30 hour, we'll keep an "here on the progress of this tree. as you can see, this part of georgetown pike is going to be closed for quite some time and crews are going to be able to wind their way through the back parking lots. that is the late here right now. we'll come back in about 20, 25 hundreds or so and keep you updated. >> thank you. >>> a scary incident that serves as a reminder that escalators can be very dangerous. this was the scene at the smithsonian metro station l
harris used two of the companies to funnel mean and that she has close ties with jeffrey thompson, who has been under investigation by the federal authorities for several months now and according to federal documents, harris is charged with violations of some federal and local election laws and tax fraud, including two counts of conspiracy and in connection with illegal contributions andy that say he got friends, family and employees to make contributions and they would be reimbursed for the money. $44,000 in 2010, and all of them reimbursed by the businesses owned by co- conspirator one and court documents describe co- conspirator one as someone who has a close friendship and repra -- relationship with harris and harris was paid to do some work and court papers are an information document and that can not be filed without the suspect and that is -- and that is not the way it goes. and that is not their request. basically, they agree that those court documents can be foiled and that means a plea agreement is in this case and that is how we have seen the other cases go, related to campa
the area. it will be a warm and huge you had day for us with periods of sunshine, periods of cloudiness and the possibility that we see some scattered showers and storms redevelop this affect. so yeah, i would bring the umbrella just in case but it won't rain all day. 82346 washington. 84 in afternoon in gaithersburg. 88 in fredericksburg. relatively pleasant for the end of july. >> that is a good way to describe it. >> we love the 80s. temperatures, that is. >> i love all sorts of music. >> 80s music. so does julie wright. >> i was just thinking i just tweeted wisdom, what's next, rupert holmes and captain and tenille. >> he is all over the place. you can't figure out wisdom. >> prince is next. >> okay. there we go. >> now you're cool. >> sarah knows where i'm going with this. all right. if you are traveling inbound along 66, delays coming in at centreville. no problems to report if you are traveling northbound i-59 in the main line as you work your way north of woodbridge but again, in the express lanes here, we had that bus stop that was squeezing the right lane here at the occoquan.
that and tucker will tell us about that. i'm wisdom martin. >> i'm sarah simons and look at this. the fireworks every year and do a lot of work to make sure that she goes off without a hitch. friday's storms didn't stop those fireworks on the mall last night and some huge crowds turned out. >> six days later, many people are feeling the effects of the storm. pepco was showing more than 21,000 customers still in the dark. dominion virginia had 14,000 out in northern virginia and bge has 13,800 without power in montgomery, prince georges, anne arundel, and howard count joe. and good thing tucker barnes is no longer part of the 13,000 number. >> that's right. >> and he has his power back on. apparently an out-of-state crew helped me out. we'll take it. >> yeah. >> and they are heros. whatever it takes. >> and gets you in a good mood. >> and a better mood. i abandon things and -- i didn't deal. right. >> a free for all. let it go. >> eighty right now in washington. the humidity, 58%. not much wind, well, in fact no wind. we'll be out of the north in tukwila again. the pleasure, 29.83 inches. all ri
. the same front that came through yesterday still with us here today. it will be back in the forecast this afternoon. lets get to some numbers. you mentioned the warmth and humidity. it is both warm and humid to start your day. temperatures right now in the 70s. we are 81 right now in washington. much of the area has fallen back into the 70s. a little better than yesterday. 76 in ocean city. our high temperatures this afternoon will top out in the upper 80s and low 90s so about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday when we shattered a lot of records. satellite-radar, you saw the showers and storms from the late afternoon period yesterday have generally dissipated. we do have some cloud cover to start your day. it will be a partly to mostly cloudy day. there will be a few periods or rays of sunshine and that will only help dry further our storms which will redevelop this afternoon. 92 in washington for an afternoon high. 90 in cull ander. bring along an umbrella here. be ready for it. not going to rain all day. just like yesterday, you can see them later this afternoon. >> get ready. >>> ti
and north of us as you get up towards chestertown, you might be seeing a light sprinkle or shower. that is generally it. for the rest of the us, kind after mix of hazy sunshine for start your day. art your day. perhaps some thunderstorms this afternoon and some of the storms will get going later today just like on friday and during the weekend could drop some heavy rain across parts of the area. just be ready for that as a possibility. here is your forecast. lots of clouds to start your day. mix of clouds and sun later. temperatures back in the low 90s. we haven't done that in a couple of days. it will be on the warm scattere p.m. >> thank you. >>> time now to say good morning to lauren demarco with a check of on-time traffic and our roads. >> good morning. we are seeing some fog in areas as we've been reporting. a live look out there. if you are traveling 270 making the trip southbound, starting to see the volume heading from 109 down towards 21. nothing in your way as far as accidents or incidents. once you you get past father hurley, nice, easy trip down towards the beltway. ju
. >> might as well get used to it. >> we took some of the extreme heat out. that is good news. yesterday turned into a nice afternoon. it was very pleasant with temperatures around 90. more of the same today. >> okay. we'll continue to. >> yeah. this weather pattern is a lot nicer, a lot gentler than what we had around here for much of july. >> catch up on all that yard work. >> yes, there is no excuse anymore. we have to get out there. >> lets he get to the radar. we have quest conditions to start your day. yeah, there is a little haze, a little mist. there is a little water in the atmosphere but generally quiet. cloud cover off to the south and west. frontal system down into -- deep into the carolinas. won't be much of a player today. we should generally be dry with at least partial sunshine this afternoon after a mostly sunny start. temperature at reagan national. this is one of the warmer spots. 76degrees. humidity, up 82%. that is the haze you see out there. winds will be shifting today. we will see the humidity increase this afternoon but it will be a nice start to your workweek wi
or thunderstorm activity but the front will start to work back towards us as a warm front. you notice the humidity creeping up this tomorrow and the possibility. showers and thunderstorms back in the forecast starting tomorrow right through the weekend. all right, today, 89. lots of sunshine. gorgeous day, wind south and east at about five to 10. later tonight, partly cloudy and mild. we'll take it. 73degrees. clouds around tomorrow so we'll keep the temperatures in the 80s but could be a few showers or thunderstorms during the second half of your friday and then your weekend be we are back into the heat with some steam around here too. highs in the low 90s and that will continue into monday as well. that is a look at weather. let's do some traffic and get the late from julie wright. >> if you are coming inbound this morning along route 50, you will find your lanes are open. the outer loop of the beltway, this is where our friend squeak has checked in on our waze map saying there is a car stopped on the shoulder here. this is the beltway over in largo. we had that early morning crash as you guys
ask the usda to come check us. we have never fed steroids or hormones and never will. no blood meal, no meat and bone meal. yuck. no animal by-products. it means when you put my chicken on the table, you know where it came from. . >>> come you flyer, there are few things more frustrating. if you're willing to play more, can you be bumped to the line. and let's get to the market. with fox business network and is live in new york. good morning to you, lauren? >> and good morning, wisdom. >> last week, the dismal jobs report came out and what do. >> to look forward to this week? >> lots of them were on the beach on friday. yes, we declined for friday and we still have the reaction to that report today. and we have them sharply lowered here and more people are showing up to work and some volumes should be normal and we have the kickoff of the second quarter earning season and we'll hear from alcoa. the profits are not going to be so good nor are well, guess what? a slowdown in china and a debt problem in super. >> and let's talk about the other issue. people being able to pay to get off
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